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Reference

Primary Texts

  • Erasmus, D., 1961: “Festina lente” (=Adagia, II, I, 1) in Opera Omnia. - Tomus II, D. Erasmus, Hildesheim : Olms (reprint of the ed. Leiden 1703), cl. 397-415 (Scholar)
  • Lefèvre d'Étaples, J.,1525a: In libros logices paraphrasis, Parisiis : Regnault
  • Lefèvre d'Étaples, J.,1525b: In quoscumque philosophiae naturalis libros paraphrasis, Parisiis : Regnault
  • Melanchthon, Ph., 1843: “De philosophia” in Philippi Melanthonis Epistolae, Praefationes, Consilia, Iudicia, Schedae Aacademicae–Volumen XI, III. Declamationes Philippi Melanthonis usque ad an. 1552 (=Corpus Reformatorum ; 11), ed. C. G. Bretschneider, Halle: apud C. A. Schwetschke et filium, cl. 278-284. (Scholar)
  • Montecatini, A., 1597: Politicorum, hoc est civilium librorum tertius, Ferrariae : Baldinus
  • Niphus, A:, 1544: ” In libris de Anima Collectanea atque Commentaria Præfatio” in Expositio Subtilissima collectanea commentariaque in libros Aristotelis de Anima nuper accuratissima dilligentia recognita, A. Niphus, Venice : apud Iuntas, f. ††2ra-†††3rb (Scholar)
  • Patritius, F., 1581: Discussionum perpateticarum [tomi IV], Basles : Ad Perneam Lecythum (Scholar)
  • Pererius, B., 1587: De Communibus omnium rerum naturalium Principiis & Affectionibus
  • Pomponazzi, P., 1567: De naturalium effectuum causis sive de incantationibus, Hildesheim: Georg Olms 1970 (Reprint from: Pomponazzi, Pietro: Opera, Basilea: Officina Henricpetrina 1567)
  • Titelmannus, F., 1578: Compendium Philosophiae Naturalis–Seu De Consideratione rerum Naturalium, earumque ad suum Creatorem reductione, Libri XII, Lyons : Apud Guliel. Rovillium (Scholar)

Secondary Literature

  • Ashworth, E.J. & G.A.J. Rogers, c.M. Shepherd, E.J. Furlong, E.F. Flower, 1988: “Die Schulphilosophie” in Ueberweg 3.1, 1-34 (Scholar)
  • Baldini, U., 1998a: “Die Schulphilosophie” in Ueberweg 1.2, 619-769 (Scholar)
  • Blum, P. R., 1988: “Der Standardkursus der katholischen Schulphilosophie im 17. Jahrhundert” in Aristotelismus und Renaissance–In memoriam Charles B. Schmitt, E, Keßler, Ch. H. Lohr & W. Sparn (ed.s), Wiesbaden: Otto Harassowitz, 127-148 (Scholar)
  • Brockliss, L., 1996: “Curricula” in Volume II–Universities in early modern Europe (1500-1800) (=W. Rüegg [ed.]: A history of the university in Europe ; 2), H. De Ridder-Symoens (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 563-620 (Scholar)
  • Brockliss, L.W.B., 1993: “Der Philosophieunterricht in Frankreich” in Ueberweg 2, 3-32 & 71-75 (Scholar)
  • Brucker, J., 1766: Historia Critica Philosophiae A Tempore Resuscitatarum In Occidente Literarum Ad Nostra Tempora–Tomi IV. Pars I., Leipzig : Impensis Haered. Weidemanni Et Reichii (Scholar)
  • Courtenay, W.J., 1984: “The role of English thought in the transformation of university education in the late middle ages” in J.K. Kittelson & P.J. Transue (ed.s), Rebirth, Reform and Resilience–Universities in Transition, 1300-1700, Columbus: Ohio state university press, 103-162 (Scholar)
  • De Ridder-Symoens, H. (ed.), 1996: Volume II–Universities in early modern Europe (1500-1800) (=W. Rüegg [ed.]: A history of the university in Europe ; 2), Cambridge: Cambridge university press (Scholar)
  • Freedman, J. S., 1999a: Philosophy and the Arts in Central Europe, 1500-1700–Teaching and Texts at Schools and Universities, Aldershot: Ashgate (Scholar)
  • -----, 1999b: “Introduction–The Study of Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Writings on Academic Philosophy: Some Methodological Considerations”, in Philosophy and the Arts in Central Europe, 1500-1700–Teaching and Texts at Schools and Universities, J. S. Freedman, Aldershot: Ashgate, I, 1-40 (Scholar)
  • Frijhoff, W., 1996: “Patterns” in Volume II–Universities in early modern Europe (1500-1800) (=W. Rüegg [ed.]: A history of the university in Europe ; 2), H. De Ridder-Symoens (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 43-110. (Scholar)
  • Grendler, P. F., 2002: The universities of the Italian renaissance, Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press (Scholar)
  • -----, 2004: “The Universities of the Renaissance and Reformation”, Renaissance Quarterly, 57, 1-42 (Scholar)
  • Hammerstein, N., 1984: “Early modern German Universities” in: Historical Compendium of European Universities–Répertoire historique des universités européennes, Jílek, L. (ed.), Genève: CRE, 24-15 (Scholar)
  • Hasse, D.N., 2004: “The attraction of Averroism in the Renaissance: Vernia, Achillini, Prassico” in: Philosophy, science, and exegesis in Greek, Arabic, and Latin commentaries, P. Adamson, H. Balthussen, & M. Stone (ed.s), London: Institute of Classical Studies, 131-147. (Scholar)
  • Jílek, L. (ed.), 1984: Historical Compendium of European Universities–Répertoire historique des universités européennes, Genève: CRE (Scholar)
  • Keßler, E. & Ch. H. Lohr & W. Sparn (ed.s), 1988: Aristotelismus und Renaissance–In memoriam Charles B. Schmitt, Wiesbaden: Otto Harassowitz (Scholar)
  • Keßler, E., 1990: “The transformation of Aristotelianism during the Renaissance” in New pespectives on Renaissance thought–Essays in the history of science, education and philosophy; in memory of Charles B. Schmitt, J. Henry & S. Hutton (eds.), London: Duckworth, 137-147 (Scholar)
  • Kittelson, J.M. & P.J. Transue (ed.s), 1984a: Rebirth, Reform and Resilience–Universities in Transition, 1300-1700, Columbus: Ohio State University Press (Scholar)
  • -----, 1984b: “Introduction. - The durabilities of the universities of Old Europe” in J.K. Kittelson & P.J. Transue (ed.s), Rebirth, Reform and Resilience–Universities in Transition, 1300-1700, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1-18 (Scholar)
  • Kuhn, H.C., 1996: Venetischer Aristotelismus im Ende der aristotelischen Welt. Aspekte der Welt und des Denkens des Cesare Cremonini, Frankfurt a.M. : Peter Lang (Scholar)
  • Lines, D. A., 2001: “Natural Philosophy in Renaissance Italy–The University of Bologna and the Beginnings of Specialization”, in Science and Universities of Early Modern Europe–Teaching, Specialization, Professionalisation (=Early Science and Medicine ; 6.4), D. A. Lines (ed.), Leiden : Brill, 267-323 (Scholar)
  • -----, 2002: Aristotle's Ethics in the Italian Renaissance (ca. 1300-1650)–The Universities and the Problem of Moral Education, Leiden: Brill (Scholar)
  • Müller, R.A., 1996: “Student education, student life” in Volume II–Universities in early modern Europe (1500-1800) (=W. Rüegg [ed.]: A history of the university in Europe ; 2), H. De Ridder-Symoens (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 326-354 (Scholar)
  • Pedersen, O., 1996: “Tradition and innovation” in Volume II–Universities in early modern Europe (1500-1800) (=W. Rüegg [ed.]: A history of the university in Europe ; 2), H. De Ridder-Symoens (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 451-488 (Scholar)
  • Renan, E., 1866: Averroès et l'averroisme–Essai historique, (troième édition, revue et augmentée), Paris: Michel Lévy Frères (Scholar)
  • Rivera de Ventosa, E., 1998a: “Die Vorherrschaft des Aristotelismus und der Antiaristotelismus” in Ueberweg 1.1, 338-343 & 492 (Scholar)
  • Rivera de Ventosa, E., 1998b: “Die Schulphilosophie” in Ueberweg 1.1, 353--399 & 494-502 (Scholar)
  • Roberts, J., Á.M. Rodríguez Cruz & J. Herbst, 1996: “Exporting models” in Volume II–Universities in early modern Europe (1500-1800) (=W. Rüegg [ed.]: A history of the university in Europe ; 2), H. De Ridder-Symoens (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 256-282. (Scholar)
  • Schmitt, Ch. B., 1983: Aristotle and the Renaissance, Cambridge (Mass.) & London: Harvard university press (Scholar)
  • -----, Ch. B. (A. Gargano, trans.), 1985: Problemi dell'aristotelismo rinascimentale, Napoli: Bibliopolis[30] (Scholar)
  • -----, Ch. B., 1988: “The rise of the philosophical textbook” in The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy, Ch. B. Schmitt, Q. Skinner, E. Keßler, & J. Kraye (ed.s), Cambridge : Cambridge university press, 792-804 (Scholar)
  • Sparn, W. & N. Hammerstein, P.R. Blum, V. Murdoch, W. Schmidt-Biggemann, W. Rother, 2001: “Die Schulphilosophie” in Ueberweg 4.1, 291-606 (Scholar)
  • Vanpaemel, G. & P. Dibon, 1993: “Der Philosophieunterricht in den Niederlanden” in Ueberweg 2, 33-70 & 76-86 (Scholar)

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